An Wang. An Wang (), a Chinese-born American computer scientist, is best known for founding Wang Laboratories and holding over thirty-five patents including patent #2,, for a magnetic pulse transfer controlling device which related to computer memory and was crucial to the development of digital information technology.
The son of Chinese immigrants, Hiram Fong was yet another of the many great Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander descent who have made profound contributions to the American enterprise. As a military veteran, lawyer, and businessman from Hawaii, he was the first ever American of Asian ancestry elected to the United States Senate.
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF) encourages the public to nominate an inventor of Asian American or Pacific Islander heritage for consideration for our Class of Inductees.
Pacific islander americans. by Liz Swain. The Pacific Islands region of the South Pacific Ocean is called Oceania when Australia and New Zealand are included. There are approximately 25, islands, atolls and islets in Oceania. Within the Pacific Islands region are the subregions of Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia.